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Car leasing in Lichfield

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Smart Lease have some the the best car leasing deals in Lichfield, we supply to business and personal users and offer free delivery to any UK mainland destination. So if you are looking for cheap leasing offers in Lichfield you have come to the right place. We can supply any make and model of vehicle and have a good selection of special offers that are in stock.

Here at Smart Lease UK our aim is to offer Lichfield the cheapest car leasing deals in the market place. We offer a hassle-free, no-fuss customer service that provides car leasing and contract hire to personal and business customers in the Lichfield area. The heart of our success is our approach to customer service with over 20 years of looking after customer’s needs.

So why not give us call or check out our specials on the website and see how much we can save you on your next lease car.

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At Smart Lease we pride ourselves on offering some of the cheapest car leasing deals on the internet. Please allow us to demonstrate our fantastic service to you and our competitive pricing and an opportunity to supply your next car lease in Lichfield. 

Smart Lease - Lichfield Car Leasing Specialist for 20 Years.

Free UK Mainland Delivery on all Vehicles.

No Admin Fees or Other Cost

Road Tax Included for the term of the lease.


Usually 14 days if in stock. For factory orders delivery depends on manufacturers current lead times for your chosen specification.

All vehicles are brand new with delivery free of charge to Lichfield and include car tax for the term of the lease.

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If you would like to know more about leasing in Lichfield please do not hesitate to call or email us.


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Did You Know?

In the Sixteenth century Henry Vlll the head of the church of England granted Lichfield the status of a City.

In the year 669 the Bishop of Mercia (roughly the Midlands of England) chose to make his seat at Lichfield. After his death the Bishop was canonized (declared a saint) and his remains were kept in Lichfield. Many pilgrims came to see them. (In those days many people went on long journeys, which were called pilgrimages to visit things like the shrines of saints). However in 1075 the reigning bishop moved his seat to Chester.

The Bishops of Chester owned the village of Lichfield. Bishop Clinton (1129-48) decided to create a new town there. The bishop laid out some new streets. On one side of the town was a street where John Street and Bird Street now stand. On the other side was a street where Dam Street, Conduit Street, and Bakers Lane are today.

Medieval Lichfield did not have stone walls but it did have a ditch and an earth embankment probably with a wooden stockade on top. By the 13th century, little 'suburbs' had grown up outside the ditch.

Lichfield began life as a small Saxon village, the meaning Lichfield means Grey Wood from ancestors of Welsh Llwyd.

Lichfield had a weekly market. By the late 13th century it also had a fair. In the Middle Ages, a fair was like a market but it was held only once a year for a period of several days. Buyers and sellers came from all over the West Midlands to attend a Lichfield fair.

In the Middle Ages the main industry in Lichfield was making woolen cloth. There was also a leather industry in the town. There were tanners and also men who worked in finished leather such as saddlers and cappers.

In 1642 came civil war between king and parliament. A royalist army occupied Lichfield at the beginning of 1643. However in March a parliamentary army entered the town and the royalists were forced to withdraw into the Cathedral Close. Behind its walls and gates they held out for several days. The royalists surrendered but they were allowed to escape

Lichfield has a varied history, with museums including the Samuel Johnson birthplace, the stunning medieval Lichfield cathedral and the award winning theatre Lichfield Garrick.

Lichfield - With it's award winning restaurants, beautiful green spaces and amazing attractions to suite everyone.

Lichfield Garrick Theatre stages everything from west end shows to stand up comedy.

The Cathedral in Lichfield has one of the oldest places of Christian worship in England.

Things to do in Lichfield

1. Lichfield Cathedral

2. Garrick Theatre

3. Samuel Johnson Birthplace

4. Beacon Park

5. Erasmus Darwin House

6. Roman Wall Site


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In all cases Smart Lease are acting as a credit broker and not a lender.

Smart Lease is authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority.

Consumer Credit Interim Permission is 648780.

All of our car leasing contracts are based on finance contracts and as such come with a few points to note. Firstly failure to keep up to date with payments may result in a charge from the finance provider. Secondly, cancellations may result in a fee being incurred. Thirdly, Initial Payments are typically taken just after you take delivery of the car (not is all cases) and is part of the finance rental (not refundable)

Lichfield lease pricing is correct as of time of publication. We reserve the right to withdraw any offer, service or price without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.


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